With the Major League Baseball lockout over, free agent Carlos Correa is looking to make a move.
While angling for a new megacontract, the erstwhile Astros star has thrown his Houston home on the market for $1.6 million.
The two-time All Star purchased the contemporary abode in 2017 and paid $1,148,000. He’ll snag a sweet profit should the home sell for close to full price.
In the heart of the vibrant Montrose neighborhood, the residence is located in a walkable part of town, filled with restaurants, museums, and art galleries.
Along with a two-car garage, a gated driveway provides security and privacy.
Inside, the modern home features an open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen and an eat-in island with seating. Just adjacent, a dining area and family room with a gas fireplace leads out to the covered patio.
On the lower level, you’ll find an en suite bedroom, perfect for a house guest or for extra office space.
Upstairs, the spacious primary bedroom comes with a dual-sided fireplace and sitting area, as well as a private balcony, walk-in closet, and bathroom with dual vanities.
In addition, the second floor’s bonus space could be used as an office, exercise room, or media room. The upper level also has another en suite bedroom, laundry, and game room.
A perk-packed backyard includes a covered dining area with a fireplace and TV, a pool and hot tub, landscaped yard, and a basketball court.
The baseball star and his wife, Daniella Rodriguez, have made use of the outdoor space. The couple, who recently welcomed their first child, both spent some of their downtime shooting hoops.
Just 27, the Puerto Rican star was selected with the first pick in the 2012 MLB Draft. After making his big league debut with the ‘Stros in 2015, he helped lead the team to a World Series win in 2017. Wherever he winds up, he’s set to cash in big somewhere.